The Flashpoint XPLOR 400Pro TTL Monolight Offers a Lot of Power and TTL

Adorama has officially listed the new Flashpoint XPLOR 400Pro TTL, which is basically a Godox AD400Pro

Rumors have been flying over the last week or so about the possibility of a new Godox 400ws moonlight to sit between the Godox AD600Pro and the Godox AD200. The reports started with some leaked images, but now things have become official, with Adorama launching their listing page for the Flashpoint XPLOR 400Pro TTL Monolight. For those unaware, the Flashpoint branded XPLOR monolights are basically rebranded Godox lights, and the listing for this one specifically mentions the Godox AD400Pro (hence why we are considering this information to be official).

What you are getting with the Flashpoint XPLOR 400Pro TTL and the Godox AD400Pro is a smaller version of their XPLOR 600 monolight (read our review). These monolights have been hailed as some of the best battery powered monolight options on the market, and also some of the most affordable. It’s no surprise why there is so much hype surrounding the launch of this new 400ws version!

One of the biggest changes to the XPLOR 400Pro TTL from the XPLOR 600Pro TTL is the mount for lighting modifiers. The larger XPLOR 600Pro is designed with a built-in Bowens mount, but due to the smaller size of the XPLOR 400Pro, they have designed their own mount for lighting modifiers. Yet fear not! If you happen to own a ton of Bowens compatible modifiers already the XPLOR 400Pro does indeed come with a mount adapter for Bowens included in the box. Needing to use adapters obviously isn’t ideal, but it is a better option than needing to buy a whole other set of modifiers just for these units.

As denoted by the TTL in the name, the Flashpoint XPLOR 400Pro TTL will indeed work with the TTL systems on basically any camera that you might own right now including Canon, Nikon, Sony, Olympus, Panasonic, and Fujifilm. But unlike lights from other brands that may only have TTL compatibility with one brand, this light is compatible with all of those above, so you don’t need to purchase a specific model based on which brand camera you have. However, the R2 trigger system and Godox have a few radios that can talk to one another across various TTL languages.

The specs for these lights indicate that on a single battery charge you should be able to expect something like 390 full power flashes before you run out of juice. Obviously, the number of possible shots goes way up if you are not blasting your light at full power each time, so these lights should be perfect for on location lighting needs.

The only thing we don’t know about the Godox AD400Pro and the Flashpoint XPLOR 400Pro TTL at this point is the pricing. The images and specs are official, but neither Adorama or Godox has come forward with what you can expect to pay for these or when they will be available. If we had to guess, based on the pricing for the other lights in this series, we would think somewhere in the $500-$600 range would be a fairly safe estimate: your guess is as good as ours at this point.

For even more specs and more information on the Flashpoint XPLOR 400Pro TTL, you can have a look at the official Adorama store page. When pricing and availability are made available we will keep you all updated on that.

Tech Specs

Wireless Slave Unit Mode
Radio transmission mode (compatible with Canon E-TTL II, Nikon i-TTL, Sony, Olympus, Panasonic and Fujifilm)
Flash Mode
Wireless off
Slave unit of radio transmission
Guide No. (m ISO 100)
72 (m ISO 100, with high-efficiency standard reflector)
Flash Duration
1/240 to 1/12820 seconds
Power Output
9 Stops: 1/256~1/1
Stroboscopic Flash
Provided (up to 100 times, 100Hz)
Flash Exposure Compensation (FEC)
Manual. Feb:±3 stops in 1/3 stop increments.
Sync Mode
High-speed sync (up to 1/8000 seconds), First-curtain sync, and second-curtain sync
Delay Flash
0.01~30 Seconds
Modeling Lamp (LED)
30W / 4800K / TLIC:93
optical Slave Flash
Flash Duration Indication
Dot-matrix panel
Wireless Flash Function
Slave, Off
Controllable Slave Groups
5 (A, B, C, D, E)
Transmission Range (approx.)
Wireless ID
To avoid signal interfernce effectively, triggering can only be achieved when the channels and wireless IDs of the master and slave unit are set to the same
Power Supply
Lithium battery pack (21.6V/2600mAh)
Full Power Flashes
Recycle Time
Approx. 0.01-0.9s
Battery Indicator
Power Indicator
Power off automatically after approx. 30~120 minutes of idle operation
Sync Triggering Mode
3.5mm sync line
Color Temperature
Stable Color Temperature Mode
Changes within ±75K in entire power range
With Battery: 220x102x128 mm
Flashtube and Reflector not included
Net Weight
With Battery: 2.1 Kg
Flashtube and Reflector not included

Anthony Thurston

Anthony is a Portland, Oregon based Boudoir Photographer specializing in a dark, moody style that promotes female body positivity, empowerment, and sexuality. Besides The Phoblographer, he also reviews gear and produces his own educational content on his website.